The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 23, 1931 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 23, 1931
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Femininities PRESWTIN/G- VOUNG MCOER OH A WAS -.VER CAM/A.' UOOT j TtSe-il't fjf^L SZt^tAICf} W 8OUUDQAK BOTTLE-. OFS/UITEKO. ? ALUMINUM 8KAS£L£TSAHDA IAGS£ fSOUUO CLIP TO MATCH. "DAILY H1TWS. TftgPggTCK. MD WEPNfSPA?. This Is Stretching A Point Lovely Hobart. : HobtJt College, during tne MLS: three : football jKMODr. somehow managed to \ !o«e 27 straight gmnses. K yen hav-- , found yourself wondering ho* a school ; could possibly achieve such s rxrcorc. ponder no longer. The secret has just popped out Hubert is nice! The Other day a friend sent along a clipping from the Hobart Herald, the coll**e paper, in which everything is explained. Hobart has a code oi sportsmanship, and folks, its beautiful. * * * We«p. : The Bobart CoUege Athletic Association has drawn up a code of sportsmanship. In It we fee! they have simply Incorporated those principles which have always governed the conduct of Hobart men. It is time'", however, to print It now, before the opening of (he basketball season. If any of ;:c spectators at the games forget to govern themselves according to its tenets. a friendly ragieatlon as to the courtesies owed visiting t**t"? would be no; inappropriate. "A true Hobart sportsman: -1--will consider all athletic opponents as guests and treat them with a" the courtesy due friends and guests. "2--Will accept all decisions of officials without question. "»--Win newr hiss or boo a player or official. "4--Will never utter abusive or irri:- atlng remarks from the sideline. "5--Will applaud opponents who good plays or show good sports- : * . · · : - rrt-toh the thought! There i ; .- :-.-.) o!3 .tpoltports at Hobart. Oh. ' -. must tx- pjeasalit tberv! i But. whua up! Here's aa«thrr clip- ! 5;:ig headed "Hofcart breaks long losing j '·.rvak by beating Rochester !n final j tame, is'to ~." I And do ou know what? We are | '.:rv.ui to read asiy farther. Tho storv .\\-aJd be X-Siost :SJre to say Rochester «as the vx'id of cruel ar.d capricious av\ :=.:-.d the 0:1'.y rraj*-:: U.'bar'. v,,«:. Li:er sil. »as because Hobart was dread- f'aUy lucky. Thav would br oliaiwt too liid You Know That-Red Liicas. Cincinnati's ball player. :£UM *o!ider what anki^d late dogs his ·.Try steps. . . Hack Wilson gets trwied to the championship Cardinals after bc- ::i« iractisus lor a s«jscn . . . a n d Rel :i.ts been Ki:::R alv»siS for year?, pisch- :r.g and hitting victories lor '.be Reds . . . with never any kind of break . . . ! : Red could have nsade any cce o! five National League clubs pennant winners , . . . if you figure possible world series s uts he raight Save earned !a that :::2nncr. it has actually cost him 25 ? ·-·nind to play ball for Cincinnati. The Best Gift IS A Bulova Watch FROM McCLEERVS JEWELRY STORE 4S North Market Street Fredorifck, Md. Control of the tip-ofl in basketball Is a Urge part of a surcessf-JLl sense:: some coaches declare, so if you irou:: judge from ihis picture why shouidn'-. Delphi. lad. high school have a winning campaign? They wfi! conwo! the tip- off by reason of a 6-foot 7-inch center, a sophonsore named Lamb. Lnsi iihadoirs his '.esmmates. They are Forward Patton and McDowell, uader bti j righi arm. and Guards Koup and Whiienian. under his Je't arm. Sews advertlsisf pays b!g dividends Icvest in it. aianship. "6--Will never attempt to rattle an opposing player, such as the player attempting to make a free throw In a basketball gain*'. ··7--Will iwk to win by fair and lawful means, according to the rules o! t!u- game. "8--Will win withcu: boasting and lose without excuses." * * * Tee Heel There you are. the Hobart beatitudes! ;The only thing left out IB the possible ! admonition to the students that the ' Idle mind is the devil's workshop ansi . mjybe the boys ought to bring along a little useful soii«'tSiii:g or olhrr to occupy themselves when the home team Is . losing another game, such as clever i::t!e rugs to be hooking, or books on '.able manner?, or anything nice like I :;:at. ; Never shall Hobart's fair field echo :'::,- common and ribald shout. "Kill the NOW WE HAVB IT-- t WHAT? Proton* ._.. .$3.Tt gal. .\lcohol. IRS proof 4tc gal. Oil. 5-gal. lots, zero le»t 5t-*i' If oil L* anAl!»fact«rv. rvtvrn nuB»r«l txrlUn mad roar maatj will Nr rtfund- ril. 13 PLATE BATTEBIES ^4.i4 TIRCS TO Sl'lT VOCB POCKETBOOK SEE IKY AT THE VALLEY GABAGE WOODSOOEO. XD. . ii GUIDER CLEANERS DYERS SPECIAL PRICES DECEMBER 19th to All Plain Dresses. Coats and Overcoats, Cleaned and Pressed All Men's Suits, 2 or 3 Piece, Cleaned and Pressed-.. All Men's Suits, Pressed -. ... Ladies' Fur Trimmed Coats $1.00 to DYEING AH Plain Dresses, Coats, Overcoats and Suits ALL OTHER PRICES IX PROPORTION This i« our of the largest and eldest plants In the loarantrr our \rork to be far superior to anything 700 hare in this line. ALL SMALL REPAIRS FREE. We call for 90e 75e . 36e 913* |t.7t G. J. SIMMONS, Agent Phone 709-R 114 West Fifth St. Frederick, 80. Lrt Vs Make Your t'lotliea Look New for Chrfaitww! Sykesville Syfcesville, Dee. 23.--Mr. and Mrs- Edward Cross received word on Wednesday of s. fatal accident to their only son, Hmer Cross, Baltimore, in an automobile crash. He was taken to the hospital where he died without regaining consciousness. He leaves his wife and two small daughters and besides his parents three sisters. --Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Berry are receiving congratulations on the birth o* a daughter in the Frederick City Hospital, on Thursday morning. Mrs. Berry was formerly Miss Ripley. woodbine. --Miss Irene Stuart was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S:uart, Gaithers. SEZ HUGH- --A playlet "The Search Par The Christ Child," with fourteen characters was presented in St. Paul's church. Sonday at B p. m_ --Mr. and Mrs. William Taibott and family, Dayton, were recent guests of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. 5. B. Dorsey, Glenwood. --Mis. Ida Gorsuch. Mrs. D. W. Cauthorn caild on Miss Aylstock. Virginia and Mrs. J. Fred Waesche on Friday. --Miss Martha Aylstock Trill return Sunday to her home after several weefe's v:sit to her sister, Mrs. J. F. Waesche. --A new tea room was opened by Mrs. Joseph Hughes in the Asa Hepner store, oa Wednesday. --Freedom Chapter No. 87. O. E. S. had a most enjoyable entertainment in the Masonic Hall Tuesday night. A beautiful Christmas tree had been erected. Santa was a, guest. Visitors from Laurel and daughters of Job Chapter were among the guests. --As Sykesrule is on the edge of both Carroll and Howard counties it trin be represented by Miss Naomi Sboe- mater of Woodbine as "Miss Carroll" and Miss Alberta Molesworth, Mt. Airy as "Miss Howard" as beauties in the Maryland Farm Bureau Federation contest to be^held in the Lord Baltimore Hotel. January 8, 7 and 8. PEOPLE HAVE THE KNACti 'OF- PICKING OUTF5WE PRESBHi. --IT'S. A SIFT/ (PYROIL) Greatest winter lubricant, top oil A for valves, B for crank ease, transmission, differential- One qt. each by parcel post for $3.00. Maryland PYR-OIL Co. DISTKXBCTORS PooIesrOte, Md. SALESMEN WANTED Phone 16-J P. O..BOT 47. 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